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VV Raju
How to assign role based permissions to Document and Media Portlet
April 17, 2013 6:57 AM
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VV Raju

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Hi,

As per my project requirement i have to manage Document library portlet

Requirement is There are 3 users and 3 types of Documents (Maths ,Physics,Chemistry)
1.Teaching Staff( (Maths,Physics,Chemistry users) => all permissions on their corrusponding documents only
2.Valuator => only download and discussions permission
3.Data Entry =>only download permission

and Maths users can have all permissions on Maths Documents only but not view remaining documents
Physics users can have all permissions on Maths Documents only but not view remaining documents
Chemistry users can have all permissions on Maths Documents only but not view remaining documents

How can i organize this by using roles and permissions in Liferay??/

Thanks in advance for helping.....
Mohammad Azharuddin
RE: How to assign role based permissions to Document and Media Portlet
April 17, 2013 7:18 AM
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Mohammad Azharuddin

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login as admin> go to control panel>roles ,Select the role and Define Permission
VV Raju
RE: How to assign role based permissions to Document and Media Portlet
April 17, 2013 7:24 AM
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VV Raju

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Thank yor for help.

but there are two types permissions for Document libray i.e Site Content and Site Applications

what are those and their differences?
Mohammad Azharuddin
RE: How to assign role based permissions to Document and Media Portlet
April 17, 2013 7:36 AM
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Mohammad Azharuddin

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Hi
You can go for site content option.Dont have much knowledge about differencesemoticon.as the name indicates site content refers to current siteemoticon
Joaquin Cabal
RE: How to assign role based permissions to Document and Media Portlet
April 17, 2013 8:16 AM
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Joaquin Cabal

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Hi , the "site content" and "site application" is the scope of the roles.
If you select site content, the Role scope would be a specifically Site content (with ist pages), and a Site Application scope would include the whole application..

Regards!